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The B3 Licence Project

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  1. The B3 Licence Project NARTOCoP Presentation 7th November 2007

  2. Background Team structure Terms of Reference Industry wishes Licence Structure Topics

  3. Joint industry and CASA team Use of MSC + as advisor group Outcome based legislation to provide flexible outcomes Internationally recognisable ICAO compliant Meet other government directions Background (Cont) The EASA-like Licence Project

  4. Subset of overall EASA Project (Pt 66) Commenced May 2007 Starting from blank page Joint CASA/Industry team with GA/AW coverage Extended team for broader coverage GA/AW sectors and stakeholders represented Designed by industry for industry B3 Licence Project B3 Project

  5. CASA Maintenance providers Aircraft operators (maintenance consumers) Training providers Competencies advisor Team Composition

  6. Extended Team Other interested regulatory bodies (national & international) AME/LAME representatives, AOPA Sport aviation, Ex-military aircraft operators, Historical aircraft owners, Insurance providers Extended Team Composition

  7. A licensing result directly from training A grouping of non-discretionary subject matters to be completed by all participants. Additional flexible training paths leading to a B3 licensing result appropriate to a specific workplace. B3 Terms of Reference

  8. Meet Australian Quality Training Framework qualifications. B3 licence holder must be able to extend the scope of an initial licence into further specific subject areas. B3 Terms of Reference

  9. Clear and transparent path towards a B1 or B2 licence via subsequent training and/or assessment. Competency based training and assessment A licence result with little if any additional CASA requirements. Compatible with proposed CASR Parts 42, 66 and applicable Parts of 145. B3 Terms of Reference

  10. To cater for full range of small-medium aircraft Federal training (AQTF) funding eligible Licence at end of training/ assessment Simplified entry from other trades. Customisable to industry specific needs Pathways to B1, B2 etc B3 Concept

  11. A full B3 is the outcome at the end of 4 years but the competency based training system should be flexible so that students can finish sooner if they put in the work. The licence should be based on a “building block” approach, using a set of core subjects, and then adding on electives to suit the needs of the apprentice or the employer. Industry Wishes

  12. An “Authorisation” should be available on completion of the core subjects and a specific elective to allow early use of training. (Sign a CRS for their work). It should be possible to sit modules on demand or on a regular basis. Industry Wishes

  13. Mature-age apprentices and new mechanics to the aviation industry from allied or associated industries, should have advanced standing to becoming fully qualified LAME’s, with the recognition of prior learning and industry experience. There is a need for distance education and self-study with assessments/RPL at the end for those who are unable to access full-time training. Industry Wishes

  14. There is a need to consider introducing training in high school and recognising it. Industry Wishes

  15. B3 Structure Likely B3 Licence Sub-Categories • Basic FW Piston • Basic RW Piston • Basic FW & RW Piston • Advanced FW Piston • Advanced RW Piston • Basic FW Turbine • RW Turbine • E, I & R Specialist

  16. Licence Extensions-Mechanical B3 Structure Hydraulics Retractable u/c Oxygen systems Piston Engine FADEC Constant Speed Props Twin Engine Elect Light a/c Pneumatics Air Cycle systems Vapour Cycle Systems Piston Eng Pressurisation Gas Turbine Pressurisation Wood structures Fabric Covering Composite structures Turbocharging Diesel a/c engines 2-Stroke a/c engines Gas Turbine engines

  17. Licence Extensions-E, I & R Specialist B3 Structure FW Autopilots RW Autopilots Instrument Landing Systems Advanced Electrical Systems Advanced Communications Systems Inertial Navigation Systems Global/Satellite Navigation Systems

  18. B3 Options The following examples of licence options are a small selection and should not be construed as an exhaustive list..

  19. B3 Options-1 ELECTIVES Foundation units Sch 8 Licence electives Basic F/W Advanced F/W Basic Piston Advanced Piston Turbine B3 LICENCE Basic F/W, Piston + EI&R 100-hrly Simple E, I & R Advanced Radio

  20. B3 Options-2 ELECTIVES Foundation units Sch 8 Licence electives Basic R/W Advanced R/W Basic Piston Advanced Piston B3 LICENCE Advanced Turbine RW With E,I & R 100-hourly Turbine Simple E, I & R Advanced Radio

  21. B3 Options - 3 Foundation units ELECTIVES Sch 8 Licence electives Basic R/W Basic F/W Basic Piston Advanced Piston Turbine B3 LICENCE Basic Piston Engined Fixed & Rotary Wing With E,I & R 100-hourly Simple E, I & R Advanced Radio

  22. B3 Options - 4 ELECTIVES Foundation units Sch 8 Licence electives Basic R/W Advanced R/W Basic Piston Advanced Piston B3 LICENCE Radio Specialist With Sch 8 CRS Turbine Simple E, I & R Advanced Radio

  23. The key to the B3 licence is the principle of an established training contract between the apprentice, the training organisation and the employer. Flexibility within B3 and national recognition will allow industry to seek extension training from ANY approved (147) or recognised (CAO 100.66) organisation. Training Needs

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